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Recommend me a curry for takeaway tonight

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Dalesgirl16 Sat 07-Oct-17 14:50:07

So I've got a heavy cold and am hoping a good curry might help it on its way. Can anyone recommend a nice, spicy curry but not so hot it's unenjoyable. Any other cold remedies welcome too :/blush

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LadyWithLapdog Sat 07-Oct-17 14:54:46

Thai Green curry: sufficiently aromatic that you can taste it even with a cold. Get well!

CaptainsCat Sat 07-Oct-17 14:59:27

My favourite is Nihari, it's used as a cold remedy in South Asia and it's delicious! Not all take aways sell it and it is pretty spicy, but it is good!

tigermousewoman Sat 07-Oct-17 16:50:45

Jalfrezi - should be nice and spicy and every takeaway makes it

Grumpbum Sat 07-Oct-17 16:52:21

Chicken pili pili

MusicToMyEars800 Sat 07-Oct-17 16:56:16

I love a king prawn bhuna Or a lamb biriyani.

tinymeteor Sat 07-Oct-17 17:10:10

Get a saag bhaji on the side, spiced spinach, goes with everything and gets some vitamins in there. Also, yum.

ProfessorCat Sat 07-Oct-17 17:11:02

Lamb madras. A nice warmth without being hot.

user1484311384 Sat 07-Oct-17 17:12:39

Prawn dansak - very flavoursome and tasty. Not too hot, and the lentils in it give a lovely textured sauce.

SeraphinaDombegh Sat 07-Oct-17 17:15:30

Nihari or Jalfrezi. Spicy enough to 'clear you out' but still very tasty!

LegoCaltrops Sat 07-Oct-17 17:18:22

I love a good dansak (go for chicken personally but prawn would also be excellent). Lemon rice to go with it, or a garlic naan.

I'm low carbing. This thread is so cruel... grin

Dalesgirl16 Sat 07-Oct-17 17:57:13

Ohhh yummmm!
I might get two and have one tomorrow.
Thank you

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Dalesgirl16 Sat 07-Oct-17 18:18:22

They didn't have nihari so I got a jalfrezi and will work through the list, I promise. grin. I got garlic naan and saag bhaji too .

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Weedsnseeds1 Sun 08-Oct-17 22:07:04

Another vote for dhansak!

Orangebird69 Sun 08-Oct-17 22:13:26

Lamb madras. Saag paneer. Keema naan.

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